Tonight marks the final State of the Union Address for the Obama Administration, and while this may be important for those of you out there who are politically-minded, it is probably a bummer to fans of “Chicago Fire.” After all, there is no longer a new episode of that show airing on NBC. Instead, you’ll be waiting until January 19 to see the continuation of the story, and the beginnings of some major trouble for Chili.
What we have for you moving forward in this article is some proof that some of Chili’s problems are not going to be ending anytime soon. If you look below, you can see the full synopsis for the upcoming February 2 episode “The Sky Is Falling,” which is going to feature none other than new series regular Steven R. McQueen getting into some boxing floves. Take a look at the attached synopsis:
“The firehouse is on high alert when mysterious threats begin to emerge throughout Chicago. The situation turns dire when news of a mass shooting brings members of squad and truck into the middle of a dangerous and harrowing scene. Lt. Casey (Jesse Spencer) works diligently to investigate the missing money from the fundraiser for the victims of the recent tornado. Meanwhile, Jimmy (Steven R. McQueen) agrees to represent the firehouse in the first annual “Battle of the Badges” boxing match against the 21st district police department and Chili’s (Dora Madison) erratic behavior continues to be a major issue for her ambulance partner, Brett (Kara Killmer).”
While it is hard to say too much about the mass shooting mentioned in this synopsis right now, we have to assume that it is a signal of trouble (and plenty of it) coming up.
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